# Introduction to the Criminal Justice System

1. How would searching baggage and people at air terminals,train stations as they board.

2. Maintaining security over large public works projects, such as wter storage facilities, nuclear power plants, electric power stations, subway terminals.

Question: How would 1 & 2 relate to "Counter-Terrorism" or "Homeland Security"?

I think your point is valid. Do these relate to security, or not?

THe first actsivity, searching luggage, etc, makes it more difficult for bad girls to take over crowded transportation venues and control them, but it does not prevent.
The second is more vague. I wish security over water tanks and nuclear power plants could be had by increasing the number of "guards" around them.

I suggest ot people that they carry a plastic bag and duct tape at all times. In case of chemichal attacks, seal your head off.
Just as relavent as the methods you mentioned to "security"

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